Definitive Insights into Human Brain announced, plus handy boredom reduction gimmick

BLOGGE CRAP

In a paltry attempt to decrease potential boredom around this here joint by at least allowing you, the esteemed visitor to avoid the topics you don’t care to read about, I’ve inkstalled a gizmo and/or doohickey.

The gizmo can be found right at the bottom of the blorg by scrollering way the heck down to the end. There you’ll see a headline “Varieties of Crap” over what we hip-de-hop compruder kids of the minute call a “drop-dead box”. Hang on………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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Sorry, I looked ‘er up. “Drop-down box”, I think it is. Anyway, in that are the different topics the various posts and polls on the site fall under, so if you only want to read the sport-related stuff, select that, or only the polls, select those, etc.

When you do that, what you’ll see next will only be the items on Leaping Larry L’s Crappy Blog (TM) (R) that conform to your selected category, while the rest of the garbage you didn’t want to see temporarily disappears to some vapoury waiting room in hell.

As time goes on this will be more helpful to sift through the growing amount of stuff around here, since you can just check the latest in the categories you want to read and kick the rest to the kerb without having to trawl through the entire site. I’d just like to add at this juncture that I strongly suspect this was a needlessly elaborate explanation. ECZEMA!

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POLL CRAP

As promised, the two LeapsterPolls (TM) (R) on the site/blob to date have yielded thrilling new revelations into how thinking works, plus detailed mapping of the human brain. This is all completely scientifically verified due to the overwhelming worldwide response, consisting of upwards of 90 people, if you count both polls together.

These insights include: that visitors to this site like bacon (poll 1) and beer (poll 2).

Also the first poll accidentally kind of reinforced something I’ve believed for ages concerning crappo/slanted/trick-shot type methodology – deliberate or accidental – producing ‘poisoned’ data and subsequent interpretations, a knucklehead phenomenon you can probably see in real/official polls all the time, as “scientific” as those poll providers might seriously claim them to be.

In the case of this blodge, you can be sure this was accidental, given the total lack of thought into establishing the polls, which were entirely initiated because I found out you could put polls up here and wanted to have a play with the idea.

 

Anyway, if you look at the result of the first one, most people chose bacon, even though, technically speaking, any foodstuff on the planet was available for the choosing (via the fourth option, “other” or however I phrased it at the time). People chose bacon because (you can pick whichever reason you like from the following or make up your own): all of the specific options mentioned bacon, so it was a process of suggestion, if you like; they mostly liked bacon; it was getting towards lunchtime when they read it and bacon was the only specific food mentioned, so they were hungry for bacon; the other bacon substitute options were unappetising/ludicrous.

Anyway, the deck was metaphorically stacked, and bacon came out the winner on the day.

 

Incidentally, those polls are not closed, and you may continue to contribute to this ultimate research into thought patterns of human beings by voting in them, and other polls soon to come to the site, as your host has discovered they’re a great deal easier than writing something, and that they kind of class up the joint around here just to look at them (perhaps not if you actually read them) without requiring any graphical talent from the head blodger here at Leapster Inc.

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